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SYSLINUX is a boot loader for the Linux operating system which operates off an MS-DOS/Windows FAT filesystem
SYSLINUX is a boot loader for the Linux operating system which operates off an MS-DOS/Windows FAT filesystem. Syslinux is intended to simplify first-time installation of Linux, and for creation of rescue- and other special-purpose boot disks.
SYSLINUX can be used, when properly set up, to completely eliminate the need for distribution of raw diskette images for boot floppies. A SYSLINUX floppy can be manipulated using standard MS-DOS (or any other OS that can access an MS-DOS filesystem) tools once it has been created.
What's New in This Release:
The simple menu system (menu.c32 and vesamenu.c32) now supports loading more than one configuration file at a time, using MENU INCLUDE or by specifying multiple filenames.
The MENU COLOR statement can now control the shadowing mode.
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